The proposed Kettleman Reservoir aims to reconstruct a portion of the old Tulare Lake bed to restore depleted groundwater supplies.
The Orange County Water District is now the world’s largest producer of purified wastewater. The district’s Groundwater Replenishment System, which began in 2008 in partnership with the Orange County Sanitation District, uses the combined processes of microfiltration, reverse osmosis and ultraviolet light to purify treated wastewater.
A long battle over water rights in the Pojoaque River Basin in New Mexico, to the north of Santa Fe, has finally culminated in a settlement that awards high-priority rights to four local pueblos.
The city of Española, New Mexico will receive a $649,000 grant to replace old infrastructure and improve the city’s water system.
Native Americans living on the reservation in Utah say they just want safe roads to reliably transport children to school and patients to the emergency room.